Infield

Chris Davis (pictured) carried the day again on Sunday with his league-leading 23rd home run and three more RBIs, completing another very strong week. He batted .308 with three homers and eight RBIs. Manny Machado also continues to hammer the ball with amazing consistency, especially for his tender years. He batted .406 last week and remained on pace to set the all-time single-season record for doubles. J.J. Hardy has cooled off some, but he's still putting the ball in play and delivered a big RBI on Sunday. The O's didn't get a whole lot of offensive production from their second basemen, but it was still a decent week overall, batting .266 with 13 RBIs. 
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<b>Grade</b>: B

( Gene Sweeney Jr. / Baltimore Sun / June 14, 2013 )

Chris Davis (pictured) carried the day again on Sunday with his league-leading 23rd home run and three more RBIs, completing another very strong week. He batted .308 with three homers and eight RBIs. Manny Machado also continues to hammer the ball with amazing consistency, especially for his tender years. He batted .406 last week and remained on pace to set the all-time single-season record for doubles. J.J. Hardy has cooled off some, but he's still putting the ball in play and delivered a big RBI on Sunday. The O's didn't get a whole lot of offensive production from their second basemen, but it was still a decent week overall, batting .266 with 13 RBIs.

Grade: B

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